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Knee Deep In London on Saturday 1st April 2017
Hot Since 82
Livio & Roby
Room 2 powered by Void:
Point G (Live)
Lauren Lo Sung
Knee Deep In Sound is the label and party spearheaded by the ephemeral Hot Since 82. With the last four London dates selling out many moons in advance, Printworks represents his biggest show to date and features a hand-picked selection of artists that represent the cross-pollination of the UK and European house scenes. Hot Since 82 has invited Moon Harbour Records’ Matthias Tanzmann to make a special appearance, whilst Butch joins Daley again following an incendiary performance at Great Suffolk Street earlier in 2016.
If there had to be one word to describe Mathias Kaden as a creative with a multitude of roles as a DJ and producer, ‘energetic’ would be top of the list. It's only consistent then that his new album bears exactly this name. He’ll make his first appearance and completes the continental connection, rounding off what is one of our most exciting lineups across the entire programme.
Joining Knee Deep in Room 2 as hosts is Portal. The Birmingham based brand is part of the collection of the exciting new parties working in conjunction with Blackdot, bringing you line ups with artists from across the globe, who you would usually expect to see in a larger space. Point G will perform live, Elephant Moon head-honcho John Dimas, Lauren Lo Sung and Lopaski will all be joining the Birmingham based brand on April 1st.
Feb - Apr
Electronic Music Series
Curated by: Broadwick Live / LWE / Vibration Group.
Supported by Relentless.
Ticketing partners: Ticket Tannoy & Resident Advisor
Music Genres: House
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